Arrived in timely matter - but no cover came in shipment? Well balanced for 110 size, lighter feel but still has some quality head weight, strings are in 55 range. Only downside was the grip - very slippery so changed out to Wilson Contour Grip in black - feels much better. Good fit for 3.5 - 4.0 player like me looking for combined power and control.
This is a very light but powerful racquet. I am a 4.5 who plays 4-5 times a week. This never hurts my arm, generates tons of pop on serve, and I hit with tons of Topspin so I like head heavy racquets. Don't let people say this is a Grammy racquet. Try it, you might love the oversized head at the net and huge forgiving sweet spot.
Racquet is very light & stiff.
play 5 days a week love it so lite yet hits very nice. four friends got it try it out . have 2 all i need
I love this racquet! It is extremely light-weight, yet slightly head-heavy. It's perfect for my game as I age.
I bought the Wilson Four Tempest about 2 years ago and now I wanted a backup racquet. After testing 4 others, I decided that the Tempest was still the best. Since it is no longer being manufactured, I moved quickly to purchase another one. The head-heavy weight is just what I need to give me more power. And, there are no worries about tennis elbow with this ultra light frame.